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Gopher Men's Basketball: Richard Pitino Mic'd Up
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In Memoriam | 2018 Illinois Athletics Hall of Fame
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IUBB - Zach McRoberts Summer '18
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RVision: Happy Father's Day
Jump Around Monday with Chris Bono (6/18/18)
Gus Johnson's Best Calls from 2017-2018 | Big Ten Football | Big Ten Basketball
Take Ten with Alex Roux: Dakota Mathias & Bryant McIntosh | Purdue | Northwestern |
1999 Wisconsin at Ohio State | Big Ten Football |Big Ten's Best Games
Maryland Press Conference Regarding the Passing of Jordan McNair
2018 NBA Draft: Big Ten Player Breakdowns | Big Ten Basketball | NBA
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The Day Buckeye Nation met Chris Holtmonn
Gopher Men's Basketball: First Practice of 2018-19
Northwestern - Charlie Hall 2017-18 Recap (6/1/18)
2018 MIVA Tournament Finals vs. Loyola Highlights
Gopher Baseball: 2018 NCAA Super Regionals Begin
Illinois Athletics | 2018 Senior Stories - Part One
Take Ten with Alex Roux: Brian Butch and Duje Dukan | Wisconsin | Big Ten Basketball
Water Tower Receives a Tigerhawk
Bill Mallory: Celebration of Life Program
IUBB Vlog || A Day With De'Ron Davis
McCaffery Reacts to Cook & Moss Returning
2017-18 Highlights - Juwan Morgan
Purdue vs. Illinois Highlights | 2018 Big Ten Baseball Tournament
Minnesota vs. Ohio State Highlights |2018 Big Ten Baseball Tournament
Top 10 Plays from Day One | 2018 Big Ten Baseball Tournament
Iowa vs. Michigan Highlights | 2018 Big Ten Baseball Tournament
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Michigan State vs. Minnesota Highlights | 2018 Big Ten Baseball Tournament
Tanner Andrews Takes An Ice Bath | Purdue | Big Ten Baseball
Get to Know Slugger Bren Spillane | Illinois | Big Ten Baseball
Michael Massey's #BTNStandout Diving Stop vs. Nebraska
Moritz Wagner Talks 2018 NBA Combine Experience
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Fordham's Joe Moorhead named Penn State offensive coordinator

Joe Moorhead was a record-setting quarterback at Fordham and returned a decade and a half later to become a record-setting coach. [ MORE: GoPSUsports.com: Penn State names Moorhead offensive coordinator ] Penn State is betting on him having a similarly positive impact on its offense in Happy Valley. Moorhead has agreed to become the Nittany Lions’ offensive coordinator after leading his alma mater to the FCS playoffs in the past three seasons of his second four-year stay at Fordham – this one as the architect of the Rams’ program rather than the on-field general who set single-season school records for

Video: Watch Saturday's top Big Ten men's basketball highlights

No football, no problem. The first Saturday sans Big Ten football features 11 Big Ten men’s basketball teams in action. Earlier on BTN, Penn State held off Louisiana-Monroe in its return to Rec Hall, No. 6 Maryland cruised past Maryland Eastern Shore, and Indiana topped McNeese State. In other Big Ten men’s basketball action: Ohio State lost to Connecticut, Michigan cruised by Delaware State, Wisconsin came up short against Marquette, Illinois got by UIC, Purdue beat Youngstown State, Rutgers fell to George Washington, and Michigan State remained unbeaten with a win over Florida. Catch up on all of today’s action

Ohio State wears 'GH' decals to honor Dave Dickerson's sister

Ohio State associate head basketball coach Dave Dickerson missed Saturday’s game at Connecticut due to the death of his sister, Gloria Heyward. To honor Heyward, the Buckeyes wore “GH” patches on their jersey and the Ohio State coaching staff donned “GH” pins on their suit coats. Dickerson, the former coach at Tulane, came to Ohio State in 2010 and was promoted to his current position in 2011.  

BTN LiveBIG: Wisconsin gets all of its students in the game

At the University of Wisconsin, everybody plays. That’s the philosophy of the Division of Recreational Sports, which works with the kinesiology department to integrate athletic opportunities for students of all abilities. They created Badgers ADAPT, a program that provides adaptive and Paralympic sports, events and activities. Their most recent event earlier this month drew hundreds of students, volunteers, caregivers and other community members. “It’s a big collaboration between us and kinesiology, and the community,” said Tori Landron, coordinator of Competitive Sports for the Division of Recreational Sports. “Their outreach is something that’s very important to us. The target is the

NCAA Volleyball Tournament: Huskers, Gophers advance

Here’s a look at Friday night’s action in the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Tournament: Nebraska swept BYU 3-0 (26-24, 25-17, 25-23) and Minnesota topped Illinois 3-0 (25-22, 25-23, 25-17). Wisconsin fell to Florida, Ohio State lost to Washington, and Hawaii knocked off Penn State. On Saturday, Minnesota faces Hawaii and Nebraska faces Washington. The winners advance to the Final Four. Track the entire NCAA Women’s Volleyball action by using the NCAA.com scoreboard. The fourth-seeded Nebraska volleyball team moved within one win of Omaha by sweeping 13th-seeded BYU, 26-24, 25-17, 25-23. The Huskers improved to 29-4 with the win and advanced to a regional final for the

Greg Schiano joins Ohio State coaching staff

Chris Ash recently accepted the head coaching job at Rutgers, which left a void in Urban Meyer’s coaching staff. [ MORE: Full 2015-16 bowl schedule | Best of the Bowls | Ranking the bowls, 1-40 | Big Ten bowl bags | Big Ten bowl factoids | Get all of our bowl coverage ] Now, it looks like that void has been filled. Former Rutgers coach Greg Schiano will replace Ash and work alongside Luke Fickell coordinating the Ohio State defense, coach Urban Meyer announced today. According to OSU’s Athletic Department, Schiano’s hire is pending completion of a background check and

Debate it: Way-too-early picks to win the Big Ten in 2016?

The 2015 Big Ten football season is in the books. With Michigan State defeating Iowa in the conference championship game just six days ago, Big Ten fans will have to wait another two-plus weeks for bowl games to get underway.

BTN's Shane Sparks: Cliff Keen review, Burroughs wins honor

It’s great to be a Jordan! Ohio State’s Micah Jordan along with three-time World Champion and Olympic Champion Jordan Burroughs (a Nebraska product) earned sprinkles on their ice cream this week. I startw ith that in this week’s Wrestling Report. Ranked No. 16 heading into the Cliff Keen Invitational, Micah Jordan claimed the title at 141 pounds with wins over top 10-ranked Solomon Chishko of Virginia Tech in the semi-finals and then No. 13 Todd Preston of Harvard in the finals. The Buckeye jumped eight spots to crack the top 10 in the rankings in a weight class that I

Top Twitter reactions to Spike Albrecht ending basketball career

Spike Albrecht’s Michigan basketball career is over. [ MORE: Relieve these Spike Albrecht plays ] Albrecht announced today he has elected to step away from the court for the remainder of the season due to injuries. Albrecht has battled a genetic hip condition for almost two years and has struggled to return to full health this season. “This has been the toughest decision I have ever had to make,”Albrecht said. “After taking a hard look at what is best for me, and this team, I will be stepping away from the game that has meant so much to me.” Albrecht,